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Youth Climate Conference

Posted by Natasha

The Green Summit 2022 is a global youth conference to be held at the United Nations Conference Centre, Bangkok, on 13-16 December 2022, hosted by Humanitarian Affairs Asia in collaboration with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Thailand.

By attending the Green Summit, you will realise the important role that you play by taking responsibility for your own future. You will have the opportunity to network and exchange views with likeminded young leaders. You will acquire the knowledge, skills and contacts to take climate action in your own community to inspire and lead change at home.

Over four intensive days, delegates will listen to keynote speakers in the field of sustainable development, participate in green workshops, and engage in sustainable volunteering activities around Thailand, from tree-planting to ocean conservationism projects.

Delegates will leave as Humanitarian Affairs Green Ambassadors, joining an engaged and empowered community of future leaders in
the fight against climate change.

Download our Delegate Guide here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19BJM9V6aBarZRdZk8OsvemyTpQ_pLhdn/view?usp=sharing
Visit the Humanitarian Affairs Asia website: https://humanitarianaffairs.org/green-summit/overview/
Follow us on social media: @haagreensummit (Instagram) and 'The Green Summit 2022' (Facebook).

Videographer for ‘Down the Lens’

Posted by Emily

'Down the Lens' is an online drama session for children and adults with learning difficulties and additional complex needs. I currently upload the footage onto Imovie and attempt to edit the videos myself - adding subtitles and limited effects which the participants ask for. However, the quality is not that good. I would really like to create a showreel for each participant that showcases the amazing work they have created over the past 18 months. I would like the editing to look professional and be of a standard that I can upload onto my website, which is currently been made.

I have recently received funding from Unltd, so this opportunity will be paid.

If the collaboration is successful, then the offer the individual to work alongside me more frequently will be available.

Kindest regards,

Emily

Exploring how feasible an sustainable lifestyle is for the young people on a low income

Posted by Sue

We want to explore just how feasible an environmentally sustainable lifestyle is for the young people we work with, particularly for those on a low income and who have experienced homelessness. Are choices such as ‘organic’, ‘low carbon’ or ‘veganism’ attainable for everyone and if not, how can we help bridge the gap?

A project like this might consist of interviews with staff members and service users, research into other industries and sectors and shadowing meetings with young people.